Quality fences in Hunter

There are many reasons to have a good fence and gate: keeping the kids in the yard, securing your property, giving your premises a fresh new look. Whatever your motivations for professional fencing, at Central Coast Fencing Industries Pty Ltd we have exactly what you need. You can use our expertise in steel fabrication to create what you want. Call the professional fencing contractors on the Central Coast and in Newcastle to get the job done right.
One of the largest fencing selections in NSW
Our staff has extensive product knowledge of steel fabrication and installation experience and can help you choose the fence style and materials that will work best for you. Not only are we able to provide you with knowledgeable advice, we are able to make sure the materials we use are of the highest quality.
There are many fencing systems available, and choosing the right one for you can sometimes be difficult. At Central Coast Fencing Industries Pty Ltd, we have extensive knowledge of different systems, materials and requirements that allow us to help you make the right decisions when it comes to choosing a new fence for your property.
We pride ourselves in providing quality installation services for all our customers, and we'll work together with you to make sure your project is executed to perfection, on time and within your budget. Call the professional fencing and gate contractors on the Central Coast and in Newcastle to discuss your requirements. We'd be happy to help you.
“I have engaged Central Coast Fencing Industries extensively for works including the fencing of endangered ecological communities and fragile regenerating ecosystems; fire trail gates and fauna enclosures in challenging remote terrain and urban areas. The quality of work, client service and value from CCFI has been consistently exceptional. Their experience in all matters of fencing and steel construction is demonstrated through structures that have endured and continue to provide high protection and performance.”

- Suzy Lykos, Natural Areas, Program Leader at Ku-ring-gai Council
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